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to the president. don't be so cute. and when you make a mistake, admit it. >> the president of chris christie's advice and apologize to americans losing their health care plans. >> i'm sorry that they find themselves in a situation based on assurances they got for me. >> i think people would give any leader in that circumstance a lot of credit for owning up to it instead of -- do not lawyer it. people do not like lawyers. >> that is chris christie and his interview with jake tapper earlier this week. don't lawyer it. pretty good advice. why did it take the president so long to take it? >> i'm not sure he did take the advice. he went part of the way. he apologized to people who find themselves losing their insurance, but what did he say to the nation? he told the rest of us that people would not lose their health care. when the president of the united states speaks, you expect the president to tell the truth. the question is, when he spoke those words repeatedly, did he know the results were actually different? or was he speaking based on bad information? that question has led others to draw a
less money to buy. >> i don't think that is exactly right. i don't know what you think is more than that. two dollars and $.40 a day, is there an effort to scam? >> i think more people were covered. they encouraged the use of it. >> i got to get a quick question here. there was talk of replacing joe biden with hillary clinton. do you think that happened? >> it has to be considered. in 2011 president obama was in terrible shape. george w. bush in 1991 considered getting rid of dan quayle and getting colin powell. but they were thinking it raises questions about my initial judgment in choosing a person. >> i agree with that. we have heard since then is it never got to the president for serious consideration but it would have looked like weakness and disloyalty. >> eisenhower was always picking about dumping nixon. this goes way back. >> we talk about congressional gridlock. on thursday of this week senate republicans got together to block the nomination of former congressman l watt to be the next rector of the federal housing finance agency and the judge of the district circuit court
. >> i don't have the words for it. it's really horrific. >> the typhoon that hit the philippines a week ago was arguably the most powerful storm on record. typhoon haiyan killed to date at least 2,357 people. and the death toll is expected to rise. 600,000 people are now homeless and at least 9.4 million people are hurt by the storm. survivors scavenge for food,
this institution becomes obsolete. >> it i don't care what it looks like as long as it is delivering on those core values we talk about. >> sexual assaults in the military. a senate bill targets the chain of command. >> >> the retaliation was worse than the assault. it was sanctioned by the leaders i would have wrecked -- or >> risk my life for. >> with an eye toward 2014. >> coming together to stop obamacare is the essence of pragmatism. is a deal with r and possible? -- iran possible? >> and the kennedy assassination. yes, it has been 50 years. harry reid was mad as hell and he was not going to take it anymore. this week the senate majority , leader pushed a button on the nuclear option. he called for by a simpleajority vote. reid said republicans forced his hahand after what he called unprecedented use of the filibuster on three of president obama's nominees to the d.c. circuit court of appeals. the move short-circuits filibusters on most presidential nominees except for those from the u.s. supreme court. >> important and most dangerous >> the most important and most dangerous restructuring of
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